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Titralac©
Calcium carbonate

Antacid
Frova©
Frovatriptan succinate

Anti-migraine
Neurontin©
Gabapentin

Anticonvulsant/well-tolerated

Use: Seizures, manic depression, chronic pain
Zantac©
Ranitidine

Histamine-2 receptor antagonist

Use: Peptic ulcer
Mylicon©
Simethicone

Use: Anti-flatulence
Floxin©
Ofloxacin

Fluoroquinolone

Use: Antiinfective
Luvox©
Fluvoxamine

Antidepressant/SSRI
Axert©
Almotriptan malate

Anti-migraine
Maalox© TC
Aluminum & Magnesium Hydroxides

Antacid
Axid©
Nizatidine

Histamine-2 receptor antagonist

Use: Peptic ulcer
Tegretol©
Carbamazepine

Anticonvulsant

Use: Tonic-clonic, partial seizures, manic depression, trigeminal neuralgia
Levaquin©
Levofloxacin

Fluoroquinolone

Use: Antiinfective
Cytotec©
Misoprostol

Use: Peptic ulcer
Cipro©
ciprofloxacin - fluoroquinolone

Use: Antiinfective

Available as 14-day therapy or 1-gm "unidose"
Ativan©
Lorazepam

Anticonvulsant/Benzodiazepine

Use: Status elipticus, sleep aid

Pepcid©
Famotidine

Histamine-2 receptor antagonist

use: Peptic ulcer
Alternagel
Aluminum hydroxide

Use: Antacid
Tequin©
gatifloxacin - fluoroquinolone

Antiinfective
Norpramin©, Pertrofrane©
Desipramine

Antidepressant/Tricyclic
Noroxin©
Norfloxacin

-Fluoroquinolone

Use: Anti-infective
Aludrox©
Aluminum/Magnesium oxide

Use: Antacid
Tagamet©
Cimetidine

Histamine-2 receptor antagonist

Use: Peptic ulcer
Trileptal©
Oxcarbazepine

Anticonvulsant

Similar to carbamazepine

Use: Partial seizures
Avelox©
Moxifloxacin HCL

-Fluoroquinolone

Use: Anti-infective
Mylanta©
Aluminum/magnesium hydroxide

Use: Antacid
Maxalt©
Rizatriptan benzoate

Anti-migraine
Clozaril©
Clozapine

Antipsychotic

Affects WBC count-must have CURRENT blood test on file before dispensing!
Prilosec©
Omeprazole

Proton pump inhibitor

Use: Peptic ulcer
Salagen©
Pilocarpine

Use: Salivary stimulant
Keflex©
Cephalexin

1st generation cephalosporin

Use: Antiinfective - Otitis media, pharyngitis
Pamelor©, Aventyl©
Nortriptyline

Antidepressant/Tricyclic
Duricef©
Cefadroxil

1st generation cephalosporin

Use: antiinfective - Otitis media, pharyngitis
Rolaids©
Calcium carbonate

Antacid
Suprax©
Cefixime

3rd generation cephalosporin

Use: Anti-infective - meninigitis, pneumonia, hospital-acquired infections
Gabitril©
Tiagabine

Anticonvulsant

Use: Adjunct partial seizures
Pen VK©
Penicillin V Potassium

Use: Anti-infective
Evoxac©
Civemaline

Use: Stimulate salivation (cholinergic)
Prevacid©
Lansoprazole

Proton pump inhibitor

Use: Peptic ulcer
Keppra©
Levetiractam

Anticonvulsant

-Never used alone, danger of kidney disease

Use: Adjunct partial seizures
Amerge©
Naratriptan HCl

Anti-migraine
Celexa©
Citalopram

Antidepressant/SSRI
Protonix©
Pantoprazole

Proton pump inhibitor

Use: Peptic ulcer
Mysoline©
Primidone (Prodrug-breaks down to phenobarbitol)

Anticonvulsant

Use: Seizures, essential tremor
Veetids©
Penicillin V potassium

Use: anti-infective
Klonopin©
Clonazepam

Anticonvulsant/Benzodiazepine

Long-acting

Use: Myoclonic, absence seizures, panic disorder

Trimox©
Amoxicillin

Semi-synthetic penicillin
Wellbutrin©
Buproprion

Antidepressant-Heterocyclic

Nexium©
Esomeprazole

Proton pump inhibitor

Use: Peptic ulcer
Geodon©
Ziprasodone

Antipsychotic
Rocephin©
Ceftriaxone

2nd generation cephalosporin

Use: Antiinfective - URI, UTI, pharyngitis, tonsilitis, Adult or child use
Topamax©
Topiramate

Anticonvulsant

Side effects: Liver toxicity, weight loss

Use: Partial & Tonic-clonic seizures, cluster & migraine headache research
Imitrex©
Sumatriptan

Anti-migraine
Thorazine©
Chlorpromazine

Antipsychotic
Ceftin©
Cefuroxime Axetil

2nd generation cephalosporin

Use: Antiinfective
Valium©
Diazepam

Anticonvulsant/Tranquilizer

Use: status epilepticus, sleep aid
Zomig©
Zolmitriptan

Anti-migraine
Vestra©
Reboxetine

Antidepressant/NaRI

NO INTERACTION W/MAOI'S-NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE IN US
Aciphex©
Rabeprazole

Proton pump inhibitor

Use: Peptic ulcer
Remeron©
Mirtazapine

Antidepressant/NaSSA
Amoxil©
Amoxicillin

Semi-synthetic penicillin
Serzone©
Nefazodone

Antidepressant/SnaRI


Augmentin©
Amoxicillin & Potassium Clavulanate

Class: Anti-infective/Penicillin

Use: Staph infections, otitis media, URI/LRI, UTI, animal bites

Indications: Use when resistance to penicillin is present

Dilantin©
Phenytoin

Anti-seizure/Traditional

Use: Tonic-clonic or partial seizures
Cefzil©
Cefprozil

2nd generation cephalosporin

Use: Antiinfective
Mebaral©
Mephobarbitol

Anticonvulsant-used when phenobarbitol is too sedating

use: Toni-clonic, absence seizures

Pediazole©
Erythromycin/Sulfasoxazole

Avoid exposure to sun!

Indications: Otitis media, URI/LRI, UTI
Haldol©
Haloperidol

Antipsychotic
Ery-Tab©
Erythromycin

Macrolide

Numerous dosage forms
Paxil©
Paroxetine

Antidepressant/SSRI
Zithromax©
Azithromycin

Macrolide-DO NOT TAKE WITH FOOD!

1Gram/Single dose available

Use: Skin infection, URI, LRI, Otitis media, STD's
Lamictal©
Lamotrigine

Anticonvulsant

Use: All types of seizures
Biaxin©
Clarithromycin

Macrolide-DO NOT REFRIGERATE!

Indications: H.pylori therapy with antibiotic & PPI, pharyngitis, tonsilitis, sinusitis, chronic bronchitis, pneumonia, skin/skin structure infections

Prolixin©
Fluphenazine

Antipsychotic
Marplan©
Isocarboxazid

Antidepressant-MAOI
Parnate©
Tranylcypromine

Antidepressant/MAOI
Cerebyx©
Fosphenytoin sodium

Antiseizure/new

Use: Tonic-clonic, partial seizures
Seroquel©
Quetiapine

Antipsychotic
Prozac©
Fluoxetine

Antidepressant/SSRI
Nardil©
Phenelzine

Antidepressant/MAOI
Elavil©, Endep©
Amitriptyline

Antidepressant-Tricyclic

Solfoton©, Luminal©
Phenobarbitol

Anticonvulsant/Traditional

Use: Absence, partial, febrile seizures
Effexor©
Venlafaxine

Antidepressant/SnaRI
Felbatol©
Felbamate

Anticonvulsant/ORPHAN DRUG due to FATAL SIDE EFFECTS! incl acute liver failure & aplastic anemia!

Use: Tonic-clonic, Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome

Zarontin©
Ethosuximide

Anticonvulsant

Use: Absence seizures
Tums©
Calcium carbonate

Use: Antacid
Zoloft©
Sertraline

Antidepressant/SSRI
Mellaril©
Thioridazine

Antipsychotic
Riopan©
Magaldrate

Use: Antacid
Carafate©
Sucralfate

Use: Peptic ulcer agent
Zyprexa©
Olanzepine

Antipsychotic
Risperal©
Risperidone

Antipsychotic
Depakote©, Depakene©
Valproic acid

Anticonvulsant/Traditional

Drug of choice for anti-seizure

Side effects: Liver failure, stearrohea

Use: Complex partial or absence seizures, manic depression, migraine
Desyrel©
Trazodone

Antidepressant/Heterocyclic
Zonegran©
Zonisamide

Anticonvulsant/Sulfa drug

Use: Adjunct partial seizures